Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York,  Rhode Island, and  Vermont, Region II  Founded as Kappa Alpha Psi local fraternity in May 1966. Region I. Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont. The fee covers the cost of a certificate of membership, an Alpha Pi Mu key, and the general expenses of the organization. Inactive since 1972. Region II. Activities Alpha Pi Mu is involved in the Engineers' Week lab exhibits by designing… Gamma Psi 1969 St. Louis University: St. Louis, Missouri: Inactive Founded as a chapter of Kappa Mu Sigma in 1956. Chapters. Two chapters, at Syracuse and Iowa State, have Greek letter names to recognize previous local societies there. Admission is invitation-based. Unless otherwise cited, information from the ACHS website[1] or Baird's Manual, 20th Edition. Everything else remains the same. Greetings and welcome to the website of the Powerful Pi Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®! The chapter is the basic unit of organization in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.The designation of … Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. [1] [2] These chapters execute the fraternity national programs to provide opportunities for the development of service projects and programs, social awareness, friendship and leadership skills. Alpha Pi Mu was the brainchild of James T. French who in 1949 was a senior industrial engineering student at Georgia Tech. As the President, I invite you to explore our website to gain more insight into the extensive … Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Texas, Region VII References cited within each listing or below. Examples from the 2016-17 first place application (Virginia Tech) and second place application (Oklahoma State University) are provided for your reference. This is the official webpage for the University of Missouri chapter of Alpha Pi Mu. [2], South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Alpha_Pi_Mu_chapters&oldid=946437235, Lists of chapters of United States student societies by society, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 March 2020, at 04:01. In 1968 Alpha Phi Chi local fraternity, which was founded in 1966, merged with what had become the Sigma Pi colony. Nine men chosen through their affiliation with the Georgia Tech Chapter of Tau Beta Pi constituted the original membership of Alpha Pi Mu. The Sinfonia Song Challenge, #1 In September, President Lichtenberg issued a challenge to all chapters, colonies, and alumni associations. Region I National Outstanding Chapter Award. All chapters are based in the United States, with the exception of one university in Puerto Rico which is an unincorporated territory of the United States. In all but two cases, chapters of this society are named after each school, and not given Greek designations. 2nd Place — University of Arkansas. Outstanding Chapter Award. This is the chapter roll of Alpha Pi Mu, the honor society for Industrial and Systems Engineering students. This is the chapter roll of Alpha Pi Mu, the honor society for Industrial and Systems Engineering students. Pi Upsilon 1954 Purdue University: West Lafayette, Indiana: Active Upsilon Rho 1954 … The Lyrecrest Retreat Program Among the programs Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia offers its members, few can match the exalted experience obtained. Active chapters are indicated by bold text, inactive chapters are italicized. This is a list of Phi Mu chapters and colonies. The Alpha Pi Mu National Office has moved to a new location 1309 Panorama Circle Salem, VA 24153. In all but two cases, chapters of this society are named after each school, and not given Greek designations. This is a list of Phi Mu chapters and colonies Chapters United States. Chapters United States. Sample of First Place Application for Outstanding Chapter. Pi Active 16 Iowa Morningside College: Delta Epsilon Inactive 101 Iowa University of Iowa: Alpha Beta Active 26 Iowa University of Northern Iowa: Epsilon Mu Active 132 Kansas Kansas State University: Alpha Eta Active 31 Kansas Pittsburg State University: Delta Xi Inactive 110 Kansas University of Kansas: Tau Active 19 Kentucky Centre College: Eta Omega Active Alpha Pi Mu was the brainchild of James T. French who in 1949 was a senior industrial engineering student at Georgia Tech. 1st Place — Virginia Tech. Sample of Second Place Application for Outstanding Chapter Based in Willingboro, New Jersey and serving the Burlington County community since 1986, we are a thriving chapter with a heart for the community through our sisterhood. Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin, Region V The scholastic requirements of the individual chapters may be raised above those set forth above.